Rachael Revesz

Rachael Revesz joined ETF.com in August 2013 as staff writer. Previously an investment reporter at Citywire, she has a background in writing content for retail financial advisors and has covered a wide range of subjects in finance. Revesz studied journalism at PMA Media, which has since merged with the Press Association. She also holds a B.A. in modern languages from Durham University, as well as CF1 and CF2 financial planning certificates from the CII.

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HSBC Halves Tracker Fees, Yet ETF Outflows Persist

Its passive trackers are priced competitively yet its ETF arm has been beaten on price

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Lyxor Launches European Multi-Factor ETF

The new fund costs 0.4 percent in fees and focuses exclusively on European equities

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ComStage Launches Swathe Of U.S. Govt Debt ETFs

The timing is fortuitous as short-dated U.S. sovereigns go to zero yield this week due to investor demand

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WisdomTree Europe Launches Competitive Dividend ETF

The new ETF (WUKD) costs 0.29 percent and tracks the UK’s highest yielding dividend stocks  

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Betterment Warns On Dangers Of Sector ETFs

Robo adviser says they have higher turnover and are more expensive, but providers hit back

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The Most Popular ETFs So Far In 2015

The top 10 ETFs in terms of asset growth were all in European, global and U.S. equities despite negative performance  

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ETF Investors Flock To Short Term Debt

Investors ploughed $5.7bn into shorter-dated bond ETFs last month; U.S. govt debt sells at zero yield

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Top Performing ETFs Year To Date

Most ETFs were in the red after a difficult third quarter but there were some surprising winners  

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Portugal Votes For Austerity, ETF Reacts Well

The ComStage PSI 20 UCITS ETF was up 0.5 percent today as the Portuguese vote centre-right